Butragueño Spain Retro Football Shirt

  • Reference: 226
  • Brand: Copa Classic
  • Material 1: Cotton
  • Material 2: Polyester
  • Sleeve: Short sleeve
  • Country: Spain
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Football shirt of the Spanish national football team

In 1988 Spain arrived at the European championship with high hopes. 24 years after the first historic victory at the European Championship, Munoz's squad included young players like Míchel and Butragueño. The two spanish players scored in the first match against Denmark, which the Red Furies won 3-2.
In the match against Italy the Spanish national team lost Michel after a fault by a young Maldini, in the second-half a goal by Vialli gave the 3 points to the Azzurri. The defeat with West Germany sanctioned the elimination of the Spanish national team that months later played a friendly against Argentina: was the only time Maradona played against La Roja.

Later, at 1990 World Cup in Italy, under the direction of Vicente Miera, Spain was left with a bittersweet taste. After a successful first phase in which I remain first group after beating South Korea and Belgium and draw with Uruguay, the team was eliminated in the round of 16 by Yugoslavia who was playing their last World Cup.

It was the last World Cup for many stars of the Spanish team that had marked the 80s: Michel, Martin Vázquez, Butragueño and Sanchis didn't return to play a World Cup with Spain.

Quinta del Buitre in the national team:
Butragueño marked a stage in the selection with other Real Madrid players of the Vulture: Miguel Pardeza, Manolo Sanchís, Míchel González and Rafael Martín Vázquez. With Real Madrid they won 16 titles: 2 UEFA Cups, 6 League, 3 Spanish Cups, 4 Spanish Super Cups and 1 League Cup.

Spain jersey at the 1990 European Championships. Characteristic red color and collar, with yellow trim.

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